August 18, 2020

What Links Mental Health To Physical Health?

The Links Between Mental Health and Physical Health

A Conversation with Dr. Tamsin Lewis:

I hope you enjoy this fascinating insight into the link between chronic disease and dysfunction.

The Psychology of Inflammation

Dr. Tamsin Lewis is a medical doctor with a BSc in Neuroscience and the Biology of Ageing, specialist training in psychiatry and sports medicine, and further education in nutritional and functional medicine.

She is a former GB elite triathlete who started her own company focused on providing an integrated medical service with a unique approach to optimal health. Dr. Tamsin joined me for a live on Instagram to talk about the psychology of inflammation. 

In this video, we cover the following:

  • What physical processes can happen after emotional trauma?
  • How to measure changes in your body.
  • How breathing affects your physical and mental health.
  • What is the connection between psychological safety and autoimmune issues?
  • What is hormesis, and how can it strengthen your body?



I have dedicated an entire section to mental wellness on the Eat Burn Sleep Platform, and there is an in-depth section on Depression in the Personalized Advice with extra support. I will continue to add more Videos, interviews, Podcasts, and articles surrounding many topics connected with mental health and physical health. Sign up for the newsletter so you don’t miss a thing!

You may want to read these articles: Feeling Depressed, Not Jolly? Depression Diet & Lifestyle Intervention, Why Are You Moody & Irritable? & Does Junk Food Damage Your Body?

Reach out to me on Instagram or the team with any questions. Gut health, anti-inflammatory movements, neuroplasticity exercises, and lifestyle will help you emotionally and ease your anxiety and depression.

Wishing you a good day!


Yalda Alaoui


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